[Air-l] social network migration
pmg at gmx.co.uk
Sun Jul 1 05:11:17 PDT 2007
God yes! I need that!
On Sat, 2007-06-30 at 17:47 +0200, Maciej Kos wrote:
> I wonder if we would see a sort of a social network aggregator
> developed in the near future. A tool to integrate all our networks..
> Today, we can aggregate all the news, blogs, etc. we need using an RSS
> reader. We can also aggregate all the content that we create on
> different platforms in one place - using jaiku.com, so that it is
> easier for others to follow everything we do online.
> Would that be possible to somehow integrate all our online social
> networks? Is there a need for it?
> On 6/20/07, elw at stderr.org <elw at stderr.org> wrote:
> > > Now for the scholarly types, this community seems to be a bit more
> > > fragmented. I know many of these people who have accounts on myspace and
> > > even friendster, in addition to Facebook. I personally have an inactive
> > > friendster account that never ceases to amaze me when I get notices that
> > > someone actually was there. These are slowly dribbling off.
> > there are at least a few people from aoir that i've found on:
> > tribe
> > friendster
> > facebook
> > myspace
> > linkedin
> > ryze
> > orkut
> > [a site i've forgotten the name of...]
> > and probably a significant number of other sites that i don't know about.
> > I have friends from several different demographics on each of them.
> > When folks try to compress a site into "teens go here" and "latinos mostly
> > go here", they generally miss out on the fact that these sites are HUGE -
> > so huge that there is a broad spectrum of behavior present on ALL of them.
> > Surface-level characterizations are great, yes, but there's a lot of
> > nuance in people's behaviors and networking patterns - that is easily
> > missed.
> > --elijah
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